By David Mitton, Christian Roux, Pascal Laugier (auth.), Pascal Laugier, Guillaume Haïat (eds.)
Quantitative ultrasound (QUS) of bone is a comparatively contemporary learn box. The learn neighborhood is gradually growing to be, with interdisciplinary branches in acoustics, clinical imaging, biomechanics, biomedical engineering, utilized arithmetic, bone biology and scientific sciences, leading to major achievements in new ultrasound applied sciences to degree bone, in addition to versions to explain the interplay and the propagation of ultrasonic wave in advanced bone constructions. countless numbers of articles released in experts journals are available from the net and from digital libraries. besides the fact that, no compilation and synthesis of the newest and demanding learn exist. the one ebook on QUS of bone has been released in 1999 at a time while the propagation mechanisms of ultrasound in bone have been nonetheless mostly unknown and the know-how used to be immature. The examine group has now reached a serious measurement, unique classes are equipped in significant foreign conferences (e.g., on the global Congress of Biomechanics, the once a year conferences of the Acoustical Society of the United States, overseas Bone Densitometry Workshop, etc...). hence, the time has come for a very modern, accomplished overview of the subject. The publication will supply the latest experimental effects and theoretical suggestions constructed to this point and is meant for researchers, graduate or undergraduate scholars, engineers, and clinicians who're curious about the sphere. The primary a part of the ebook covers the physics of ultrasound propagation in bone. Our target is to provide the reader an intensive view of the mathematical and numerical versions as an reduction to appreciate the QUS capability and the categories of variables that may be made up our minds via QUS on the way to represent bone energy. The propagation of sound in bone continues to be topic of extensive study. varied versions were proposed (for instance, the Biot concept of poroelasticity and the idea of scattering were used to explain wave propagation in cancellous bone, while propagation in cortical bone falls within the scope of guided waves theories). an in depth evaluation of the versions has now not been released to this point. We intend during this publication to offer in info the types which are used to resolve the direct challenge and methods which are presently constructed to deal with the inverse challenge. it will comprise analytical theories and numerical techniques that experience grown exponentially lately. most up-to-date experimental findings and technological advancements can also be comprehensively reviewed.
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Bone Quantitative Ultrasound by David Mitton, Christian Roux, Pascal Laugier (auth.), Pascal Laugier, Guillaume Haïat (eds.)